Designed for adventure-minded cyclists, the Burra Burra collection of bikepacking bags adds functionality and convenience to long distance bike touring or weekend trips to natural landscapes. Recently launched by cycling brand Specialized, the bags join the Sequoia drop-bar adventure bike to provide a complete bikepacking solution for both beginners and cycling aficionados. The packs feature a coated nylon outer fabric, covered zippers and a water-resistant construction, as well as reinforced stitching and padding for more durability.
The Burra Burra line includes several designs that are meant to cover all the basics on the road. The Handlebar Stabilizer Harness attaches to the handlebars via aluminum brackets and even though it is designed for drop-bars, it will work just as well alongside a straight bar setup. The harness is made of rugged materials and has four main straps and two bar-stitched daisy chains; it’s ideal for lighter gear, including a tent or a sleeping bag. Made specifically for the harness, the Drypack is spacious enough for larger gear, especially the 23L version; it also features a convenient external pocket for easy access to a phone or keys. The Stabilizer Seatpack attaches to the seatpost via a machined aluminum bracket, has a roll-top enclosure with a snap button, and comes in two versions, of 10 and 20L. Compact yet spacious, the Framepack connects to the frame with a six-point attachment system and has two zippered side pockets for easy access to smaller essentials. Perfect for more valuable items like money and keys, the Toptube Pack has a weather-resistant YKK zipper and comes with a mesh interior pocket, while the Stuffcage and Stuffpack combine to provide additional storage at the fork or down tube. The Pizza Bag has a padded interior that is designed to keep the contents secure during bumpy rides or cold during hot summer days and it attaches to the bike via the Pizza Rack. Head over to the company’s website to check out the comprehensive collection of bikepacking bags so you can pack your gear more efficiently for your next adventure. Images courtesy of bikepacking.com